Board of Directors
Alexandre Rotta, MD
Dr. Rotta is a Pediatric Critical Care specialist and children’s rights activist. He is a Professor of Pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and the Chief of Pediatric Critical Care at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Kenneth Zatz, MD
Dr. Zatz received his M.D. from Cornell University Medical College and finished his training in general pediatrics at New York Hospital. He maintains a solo pediatric office in the lower Hudson Valley where he has practiced for almost 30 years. Dr. Zatz shares, "I hope that by educating parents about all aspects of routine circumcision, they will come to understand that allowing their sons to remain intact is the more compassionate and medically sound decision."
John V. Geisheker, JD, LL.M
Mr. Geisheker has practiced medico-legal law as an arbitrator, mediator, litigator, and law lecturer, for over 30 years. He is currently the full-time pro bono Director and General Counsel for Doctors Opposing Circumcision, an international physicians’ charity based in Seattle, Washington. D.O.C.’s members and supporters oppose merely cultural, non-therapeutic, genital cutting of children, male or female, on human rights’ grounds.
Ryan McAllister, PhD
Dr. McAllister is on the research faculty at Georgetown University in biophysics. He is the coordinator of NotJustSkin.org. You may know Ryan through his videos, "Circumcision: an Elephant in the Hospital" and "UnBreaking Birth". He facilitates workshops on communication, relationships, and parenting, and is an adoptive parent of an adult child with profound developmental differences.
Jen Williams founded Your Whole Baby in December of 2014. Previously, Jen taught middle school and high school English for seven years in Texas public schools. Before teaching, Jen spent several years working for an animal rights organization in their campaigns department. Jen explains, "All forms of activism are similar in how they function and evolve. They all utilize basic techniques that are most effective in creating change. I am able to take what I learned and put it to use protecting human babies. There are many forms of activism, some subtle and private, like leaving information cards in various locations; some loud and in-your-face, like demonstrations; and some middle-of-the-road activism, like outreach tabling. All forms of activism have their place in the movement, all are important, and all are effective in different ways. We need everyone's voices, quiet and loud, to bring this practice to an end as soon as possible."